Tony Cascarino, a former Chelsea striker, has warned Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang that the Blues will leave him soon.
The international from Gabon joined the Blues on the final day of the transfer window last summer, and in 10 appearances, he has three goals.
The 33-year-old, who joined from Barcelona over the summer after assisting the Catalan team in reaching the 2022–23 Champions League, seems to be having trouble at Stamford Bridge.
Cascarino predicts that the former Arsenal striker's Stamford Bridge career won't last and will actually end similarly to how his time there did.
He insisted that the African star has nothing to offer at Stamford Bridge and advised Chelsea owner Todd Boehly to look for a "better" striker.
He admitted to talkSPORT that he wasn't even sure Chelsea would be interested in signing Aubameyang for the upcoming campaign.
"What will happen, in my opinion, is what happened to him in Barcelona."
He noted that having bought the Gabonese in January from Arsenal, the Catalan side realised he was not good enough and signed Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich.
Cascarino noted that the signing of Lewandowski meant multiple times that the La Liga winners had to let Aubameyang leave for Chelsea.
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